Thursday, July 8, 2010

Native Pollinators Workshop

On Friday, August 13, 2010, a native pollinators workshop will be held.  The workshop topics to be included are:

•Importance and biology of native bees and other pollinators in urban, rural, and natural areas

•Creating habitat for native pollinators

•Native plants that attract pollinators

•Integrated Pest Management in farms

•State and Federal Conservation Programs, and more.

Who should attend:
This workshop is open to everyone including producers, farmers, extension and research specialists, master naturalists, master gardeners, conservationists, and anyone interested in learning about native pollinators.

8:30 am to 3 pm, with option of a prairie tour from 3‐5pm.  Indoor and outdoor training and exhibits will be included.

MU‐Bradford Research and Extension Center, Columbia, MO.  For directions visit:

For registration or more information contact Nadia Navarrete‐Tindall at  or register online here
$15/person includes lunch, refreshments, native seed and educational materials

Please send registration and check payable, by August 6, to Missouri Prairie Foundation at P.O. Box 200, Columbia, MO 65205

Sponsored by Lincoln University, University of Missouri, MO Dept of Conservation, MO Native Seed Assn, MO Prairie Foundation, and the Xerces Society

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